Eve is the current Managing Director. She is entering her third program year with Learning Enterprises, and has contributed to PY20 Romania as a volunteer and PY21 as the Mauritius Program Director/Leiden Campus Director.
The last two years have proven to be volatile. Upcoming program year will also have its' own challenges, such as restoring and further establishing LE at university campuses, in addition to maintaining high quality and impactful programming. Nevertheless, with the amazing dream team that Eve has the privilege to work together with, she has full confidence in making this a successful PY22!
Next to LE, Eve is a graduate student studying towards her Masters in Development Economics at the University of Amsterdam. She is deeply fascinated by the tension between social stratification and social mobility, in addition to thinking and reading about organizational longevity while ensuring sustainable impact.
Contact Eve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryann Bowers is a senior at Purdue University studying Brain and Behavioral Sciences with minors in Spanish for the Professions & Biological Sciences. She hopes to attend medical school and work in a clinical setting as well as provide health education to underserved populations. Ryann served as a virtual volunteer in Panamá during PY21, the Panama Program Director during PY22, and the Purdue Campus Director during PY22. She was amazed at the cross-cultural connections that were formed and is excited to continue expanding these relationships as well as promote LE’s mission by serving as the Executive Director of Programming for PY23.
In her spare time, Ryann loves exploring new places, hiking, and trying different types of cold brew coffee.
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Alexandrea is a recent graduate of anthropology and public policy from UC Berkeley. In addition to LE, Alexandrea currently works full time in San Francisco as a research associate in the Department of Public Health. Her professional passions include spreading cultural/social awareness to medicine and public health.
Prior to becoming Director of Training & Recruitment, Alexandrea was UC Berkeley's Campus Director for 2 years, and volunteer in Romania before that. Through her new role, Alexandrea aims to bring LE back to more campuses and make our programs more accessible to everyone can enjoy the rewarding experience the program provides!
On the weekends, you can catch Alexandrea exploring the San Francisco Bay Area, backpacking, or entertaining her cat Jelly Bean. Reach out to Alexandrea for all things recruitment related at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Malia is looking forward to working with Learning Enterprises again as the Director of Training and Education. After volunteering in Brazil during PY19, she knew she wanted to continue her involvement with the organization; she loved the cross-cultural experience that she shared with her host community and
wanted to help create a similar enjoyable experience for future volunteers. She returned to LE as the Program Director for Brazil during PY22 and led an in-person program after two years of online programming. Malia’s dedication to LE’s mission motivates her to serve in her new role for PY23.
Aside from LE, Malia works at an International Development firm focusing on Latin American affairs. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, learning languages and watching documentaries.
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